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. virginia governor bob mcdonnell who spent a lifetime as an anti-abortion activist, and his attorney general, who also spent a lifetime as an anti-abortion activist, these two aggressively have engineered a meeting off the state's health board that happened today. they aggressively engineered that meeting toward a decision that could have the effect of shutting down most of the abortion clinics in virginia. last year, bob mcdonnell signed a new law calling for special regulations just for abortion clinics. targeted regulations designed to make it economically impossible to operate an abortion clinic in the state of virginia. it's the same thing the republicans did in mississippi this year. these are called trap laws. targeted regulations. these do not apply to any other form of medical facility at all. the law would not apply for dental surgeons or for outpatient plastic surgery clinics. it's just for abortion clinics and it's very obviously designed to shut them down and it is expected to shut down a majority of abortion clinics in the state. informed estimates are it could shut down at lea
- and virginia's republican governor bob mcdonnell.john dedie: 15:22:05 gentlemen see each other as a possible uture rival on the national stage. and i think this is kind of the preeiminary for them."the two lot lltely in he national a sunday talk shows - where they've taken shots at each other... ann tteir respective parties.(cnn - february 2012) create jobs a lot faster, governnr mcdonnell, if your party were not captivv ... you haae taken different two men approaches.... (show ile of hopkins or a lab) o'maaley has biotechnology. policy experts state full of edical researchers. anirban basu: 10:26:31 "at this point, that industry makes all the sense in the world. what is frsuttating about that is that we have not creattd large companies and moreejobs through entreprenuership and innovation."whereas virginna has lured new businesses witt incentives, ower cooporate tax rates - nd fewer regulations.and mcconnell's plan - is paying off.basu: 10:20:17 "virginia's unemployement rate is less phan six percent. maryland's unempllyment is... aboutt7.1 percent."more alarming - iss that aryla
'mallee,,aa democrat - and virginia's republican governor bob mcdonnell.john dedii: 15:22:05 "i think eaah of these gentlemen seeeeach other as a possible future rival on the national stage. and i think thiss s kind of the lot lately in the national a media - appearing together on sunday talk shows - where they've taken shhts at each other... aan their esppctive parties.(cnn - februury 2012) o'malley: 05:30 "we could cceate joos a lot faster, governor cdonnell, if your paaty were not captive ... you wanna keee everything from happening."job creation - is one area where these two men have taken different piotechnology. poliiy experts say it's a perfect fit n a state full of medical researchers. anirban basu: 10:26631 "at this poinn, that in the woold. what is ffsutratinn about that is that we ave not created large companies and more jobs thrrugh entreprenuership and innovatiin."whereas virginia has lured new businesses with tax rates - and fewer orate - plan - is paying off.basu: 10:20:17 "viigiiia'' &punemployement rate is less than six percent. maryland's unemployment is... about
in virginia this year, signed into law by the republican governor in the state, bob mcdonnell. virginia voters opposed that law by 17 points. the anti-abortion crusade that has been undertaken this year by republican-led state government in virginia is not popular in virginia. and now virginia women are prepared to take it out on the presidency, right? they're planning to vote against the republicans' candidate for president in their state by 18 points. and that was the context for a really important move made by virginia's republican attorney general this week, a move that could be important for the presidential race in virginia. this week the attorney general certified a new set of regulations targeted only at abortion clinics in the united states. these rules are not just for oral surgeons or plastic surgery centers, just targeting abortion providers. it's red tape that is specifically designed to make it economically impossible to operate an abortion clinic in virginia. that's what's expected to happen in the state. most of the state's abortion clinics are in danger of being closed once th
governor is saying that the president's well- spoken words are not enough. republican bob mcdonnell is saying that white house policies are burdening states. >> the biggest thing i hear is from the small business people saying that the tax and policies are oppressive and punitive and it makes it harder to create jobs. we have the lowest number of new start up businesses in america in 30 years based on this president's policy. so, that's the most disturbing actor. >> the governor was in charlotte, north carolina, when i spoke with him yesterday. he was there as part of a group called president barack obama is not working. that put republicans in place to respond to speeches from the democratic national convention. >>> an investigation is underway in a police shooting. it happened last night at county road and foster street in maryland, that is just across the washington, d.c. border. the man who was shot just been arrested. he asuspected of stealing a motorcycle. he was hit in the back, but will recover. the officer has been place on administrative leave. in an 84-year-old woman beat
the second half of december. it was supposed to make an in october and november, bob mcdonnell decided plan to enhance advertising opportunities for the fourth quarter. that is business news at bloomberg headquarters. decided to change. change plan plan.change its >> i like those. >> it makes me nauseous. >> comfort food is good. meat and potatoes in your is the storm threat. watchingat we will be afternoon into the overnight. it is humid and cloudy. we got a little rain overnight. it's dry in the metro. in the higher elevations is where the rain really has been for the most part. it's will move in throughout the day. a constant stream of moisture coming in from the south. the wind will increase as well. gusts around 30 miles an hour and a possible today. across the great lakes is a cold front that will sweep all of of here in pretty quick order. this time tomorrow, to drier weather can be expected. today's threat of severe in the slight risk category from the storm center, meaning we will see damaging winds, a few possible as we will have a lot of wind shear in .tmosphere the wind will be
. the following year voters in the city of manassas by a wide margin helped elect republican governor bob mcdonnell. >> i think it was interesting that within a year the whole political climate changed. i think it's going to be very close. >> a lot of tea partiers are in manassas, yes. >> reporter: but nancy gianassi is not one of them. >> oh, i'll be voting democrat all the way. >> reporter: and yet many here remain undecided. >> i'm so torn between both of them. >> reporter: you don't know how you're going to vote? >> i'm not sure yet. >> this is my first time voting, so obviously this is a decisive time. so after all the debates and everything has gone down i'm going to see which way i'm leaning towards. currently i'm in the middle just like virginia. >> rorter: bob barnard, fox 5 news. >>> the rnc is over. let's gear up for the dnc. it kicks off next week at time warner cable arena in charlotte, north carolina. today a new hi-tech podium complete with special effects was unveiled. the charlotte mayor anthony fox looking forward to seeing what the convention brings his town. >> you
by former president bill clinton. virginia governor bob mcdonnell says it was a good speech and president obama inherited a debt problem, but he told mike hydeck that the problem is not handling the situation well. >> after the speech tonight by president obama which no doubt will be good, we'll wake up tomorrow morning and get the new jobs report that's going to show for 43 months in a row, mike, that unemployment is over 8%. >> the president will take the stage tonight to accept his party's nomination. by the way, you can follow the convention by going to our website wusa9.com. you can learn about the protests that are going on outside the convention hall. also, you can find out which virginia lawmaker says the president can easily win the commonwealth again this year. it's all on our website wusa9.com. >>> in philadelphia bomb detecting dogs swept through u.s. airways flight 1267 after a bomb square. this was the scene early this morning at the philadelphia international airport. authorities say the flight heading to dallas returned to philadelphia shortly after tag off around 8:00 thi
congressman eric cantor. you're very blessed. virginians are blessed. you have this great governor, bob mcdonnell. you have this great attorney general, ken kucinelli. you have a great lieutenant governor, bill boeing. and you're going get this great senator back, george allen. aren't you. this is the first rally that we're kicking off after tampa. 67 days ago we wanted to come here to richmond. now, i bring greetings on behalf of mitt. because mitt, right now, is in louisiana meeting with victims of the hurricane, bringing attention to those that are in isaac's path so we can make sure people send their prayers and dollars to the red cross and their charities because there are people there who need our help. how about last night, huh? did mitt romney not show us the direction of the country? i don't want to boar you by saying the same thing over again, but it bears repeating. if we stay on the same path, we'll get more of the same results. look at where president obama has taken our economy. 23 million people struggling to find jobs. the poverty rate in america is the highest it's been in a gene
governor bob mcdonnell and over here in this corner jep fer granholm. the questions that could decide this country's future. tonight, we will talk to larry kudlow on the debt and the mitt romney gaffe. and a species of a republican and hollywood, and i will talk to kelsey grammar about his idea to keep america great. >> i think that small government is a great idea. i always have. i think that larger taxes are a good idea. i always have. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening we start with breaking news and live pictures where mitt romney is in a rally, and we will keep an eye on that. and also an attack in libya that killed ambassador christopher pace. >> the tape came out a couple of days ago with the president saying that he believes in redistribution. i don't. i believe that the way to help people who have higher incomes is not to take from some to give to the others, but create an economy so strong it lifts everybody. >> virginia's republican governor bob mcdonald says why he is standing up for mitt romney. welcome. >> hi, piers, good evening. >> let me start with a
. >> plus, virginia governor bob mcdonnell is in charlotte. he joins us live after the break. we'll talk about the race for president. plus we'll touch base closer to home on the need for transportation improvements in virginia. stay with us. right now it's 9:11. we'll be right back.  >>> check now on fox 5 morning now, d.c. councilman marion barry has been vocal on at which time they are week at the democratic national convention. th former mayor has been urging greater action on statehood and voting rights in congress accusing the dnc of marginalizing the d.c. delegation and said it was wrong that delegate eleanor holmes norton was not giving a speaking role at the convention. barry tweeted this link to a picture here showing the view of the d.c. delegates what they have of the main stage at the dnc. buzz feed.com reports that several states which will likely go for mitt romney in november have better views at the arena in charlotte. so that's his perspective at the d.c. delegation to the states there. >> that's interesting. all right. >>> it's not just democrats gathering i
them out of business. the plan now goes to governor bob mcdonnell for further review. >>> it will make you scratch your head. video of a guy dressed up as a terrorist. who's in that costume makes it even more shocking. >>> also, will this rain stick around all day? weather and traffic on the 1s just ahead. >>> the news that will p >>> j.k. rowling's new adult novel "the casual vacancy." sounds naughty, doesn't sfit. >> no. >> it's an adult novel. >> to you. >> the author is already thinking about her next book, too. she says she may write another book set in harry potter's magical world. rowling became the world's most successful living writer with her seven novels about the boy who discovers he's a wizard and then battles the forces of evil. the 47-year-old author says even though harry's story is done, she is considering a new story set in the same universe. >> j.k. rowling is a genius in my book. those books are so fun. all the time and effort to create that world and the characters and spells and the storyline. so i'm looking forward to the forward to the fact that she might write
bob mcdonnell sits down with us to tell us what he thought about that speech. >>> also ahead, you know that president obama loves basketball. now he is teaming up with nba superstar dwyane wade for a cause off the court. we'll talk to dwyane wade straight ahead. >>> we're comingo you live from charlotte, north carolina. we're back right after this short break. >> how effortlessly diverse is the democratic party? remember the folks at the rnc over marco rubio? the democrats have not only a rising star in julian castro, they have an extra one of him in case he breaks! it's unbelievable. democrats have so many latinos they have doubles! paperless discount... paid in full discount... [yawning] homeowner's discount... safe driver discount... unicorn discount. unicorn wearing a sombrero. olé... countless discounts -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> welcome back. you're watching "starting point." bill clinton makes the case for president obama. listen. >> their number one priority was not to put america back to work. it was to put the president out of work. i hate to break
is getting heated. virginia governor bob mcdonnell is here on how mitt romney plans to put america back to work. >>> and "squawk" takes it to the high seas. >> yes. now you will survive. >> it's international talk like a pirate day. arrrh, matey, the second hour of "squawk box" starts now. ♪ >>> good morning, everybody. welcome back to "squawk" on talk like a pirate day. i'm becky quick along with andrew ross-sorkin. the futures are indicated higher. yesterday we had a mixed close. now you see the futures up by 33 points, s&p 500 up by 2 1/3. japan bank becoming the latest to expand monetary easing. that's about $126 billion. and that move to boost the japanese economy helps the nikkei finish at a four-month high and pushed the yen higher. >>> teachers in chicago will be returning to work today, ending the first strike in 25 years. that comes after a tentative contract settlement that will be put to a union vote within a few weeks. it's expected to be passed. we will have more on this story in a few minutes, as well. >>> and a multibillion dollar sports deal could be in the works. it'
york studio. and at 7:00 eastern on "starting point" the republican governor bob mcdonnell is going to be here to talk about the romney campaign in the face of the newly-released video tapes. >>> 37 minutes past the hour. the strike is finally over with chicago teachers heading back to school after seven days on the picket line. union delegates agreed to accept a new contract yesterday. the walkout affected some 350,000 chicago public school students. >>> mother nature leaving her calling card along the east coast. with a line of thunderstorms pummeling the coast from virginia to maine. strong winds and torrential rain brought down power lines leaving thousands of people in the dark. rob marciano is joining us from the cnn weather center in atlanta. rob? >> you mentioned the tornado watches up and down much of the east coast. we had tornado watches yesterday but there was not one tornado that dropped or that we can verify from that, but plenty of wind ahead of the thunderstorms and during the thunderstorm. at one point we had over 150,000 people without power with a 61-mile-an-hour
this week, too. virginia governor bob mcdonnell will campaign near the convention site. mcdonnell is one of the mitt romney's most active surrogates. >>> as most parties fight over what's best for our economy, the nation's debt has passed an historic milestone if treasury says the national debt has gone above $16 trillion for the first time ever. republicans are blaming democrats, especially president obama, for letting the debt reach this level. >>> today the group responsible for the metro silver line project is trying to repair his image with new ethics rules. the metropolitan airports authority has faced stiff scrutiny since a report this spring detailed lavish travel spending and questionable contracts. today it hopes to make those a thing of the past with new limits on what members can spend on plane tickets and meals and new rules on disclosing conflicts of interest so that contracts are not handed out to former board members. >>> 6:07. 77 degrees. the invitation from apple that may provide some foreshadowing of the next big release. >>> plus, a wet start to the day and it could g
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this morning. we have a packed show for you. virginia governor bob mcdonnell is going to be our guest, the winkle voss twins of facebook fame. indy car champion ryan hunterreay and musician wyclef jean is going to join us. it's september 19th, also known as my birthday and "starting point" begins right now. a little music from wyclef because he'll be talking to us about his new book. our starting point this morning is mitt romney who's trying to put that latest controversy in the rear view mirror, if you will. he's not making any apologies for what he said at a secretly taped fund-raiser. nearly half of all americans are dependent on government assistance and will support president obama no matter what. here's what he said. >> my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. >> the former governor may not have apologized for what he said but he did apologize for how he said it. >> i recognize that those people who are not paying income tax are going to say, gosh, this -- this provision that mitt keep
in north carolina this week as well. bob mcdonnell will campaign today and tomorrow near the convention site. mcdonnell is one of the mitt romney's most active surrogates. gov her o'malley spend part of last week in tampa. vice president bid enwas supposed to be there as well but he canceled because of hurricane ice sake. >>> paul ryan is stumping for votes in battleground states. he campaigned yesterday in ohio and ohio. he accused president obama to break his promise to improve the economy. mitt romney is keeping a low profile this week. he's in new england. >>> coming up on 4:38 right now. ahead on "news4 today," paying tribute to neil armstrong. how you will soon be able to honor the late astronaut here in the district. >>> while plans to transform this block in chevy chase is not being well received by neighbors. >>> no day of rain as you get ready to head out the door. veronica johnson looks at how long it will stick aro >>> and a drive to left. morse tuns one way and the ball is right there for him. they have done it again. >> this morning the nationals have their largest first p
them out of business. the plan now goes to governor bob mcdonnell for further review. >>> a virginia community is pulling together after a family murder-suicide in herndon. friends and family attended a memorial last night. 57-year-old albert peterson shot and killed his wife kathy and their two sons christopher and matthew and then shot himself. it's news other parents and students are taking very hard. >> we have kids that are the same age. i don't want to go through that ever. but, i mean, i just think it's important that we show support. >> i was just looking around in the hallways, everywhere, and everyone looked like him but none of them were him. >> police are still trying to figure out what may have led up to that murder-suicide. >>> police in prince george's county say they've identified people of interest in two high profile murder case. 17-year-old amber stanley was shots and killed by an intruder in her home in late august. someone killed markell ross when he was walking to capital heights high school where he attended. in a news4 exclusive interview, prince george's coun
, perhaps to the obama campaign. you have governor bob mcdonnell, who has instituted some things that could help make the president look good. >> yes, we have seen this in a lot of states. ohio is another one. we have a republican governor who is trying to take credit for lower unemployment and more economic growth. at the same time, that makes the president look good, too. although there is not really a lot of good evidence that state-level unemployment figures actually matter to voters. voters tend to base their decisions on what the national climate is. it doesn't seem like the president has gone the real electoral pulling boost. jon: just yesterday, a former congressman from virginia was added to the state's ballot as a presidential candidate. a third-party presidential candidate. his name is virgil goode. there are fears that he could hurt mitt romney. can you tell us why? >> virgil goode was a conservative democrat turned into an independent attorney to republican that served in the u.s. house. there has been some polling that has shown that he might get as much as 9% of the vote. he
the chairman reince prieb priebus, marco rubio, nikki haley, and bob mcdonnell will be in charlotte. and pile ryan won't be far away. among the republicans in charlotte, john spicer who joins me live. >> thanks for having me, thomas. >> absolutely. first of all, to several of the polls, including one that shows mitt romney got little or not post-convention bump. did he miss an opportunity? >> absolutely not. when you look below the top line, you'll see the intensity is extremely high. governor's favorable, likability rating is extremely high. our convention gave us an opportunity to speak directly to the american people about who he is, give them a great understanding about his visions and the solution he has to, so i think by every measure on our side we look at it as a tremendous success. the governor laid out a five-point plan talking about what he would do day one to get the economy moving. conversely they'll have to answer the fundamental question, are you better off than four years ago when president obama came and said i want your support going forward? i think unequivocally the answer
're starting to pack in, he'll be introduced by virginia's republican governor bob mcdonnell. fred, this is what is very interesting here, the unemployment rate here in virginia is 5.9%, much lower than the national average. so you may not hear mitt romney talk a lot about jobs today but he did react yesterday after the unemployment report, take a listen to what he said on the campaign trail. >> he said that he'd create jobs and insad we have unemployment now still over 8% for 43 straight months. he said by now it would be down to 5.4%. now by the way, those numbers, 8.1, 5.4, what difference do they make? let me tell you what difference they make, the difference in those numbers is 9 million americans working. that's the difference. >> reporter: both candidates spending a lot of time. this is going to be mitt romney's seventh trip to virginia. barack obama, the president, was just here last tuesday, made seven swings through the state. four years ago senator obama became the first democrat to carry virginia since 1964, both campaigns think they can win this state, a lot of money b
. bob mcdonnell giving the introductions so what appears to an pretty it full house. paul steinhauser is there, as well. we know esident obama the first democrat in a very long time to win and take virginia in the last election, but romney has become kind of a resident so as to speak of virginia. this is his seventh stop there. >> reporter: and remember when he introduced and announced paul ryan as his running mate, he did it just a couple miles from here in norfolk. both president obama and mitt romney have been here accept times now since the start of the general election. both campaigns and super pacs putting up a lot of tv commercials in the state. a big battle for the 13 electoral votes. as you you mentioned, president obama the first democrat to win virginia since 1964. when mitt romney comes out here, you'll hear a lot about the defense cuts and military spending. because in is a big military crowd down here in this part of virginia. also a lot of retirees, a lot of veterans and defense industry workers. but it's interesting in virginia, the big talk is jobs, jobs, jobs and the
, major concern. you talked about bob mcdonnell and eric cantor. what they did was pass a measure that would avert these devastating cuts to our national defense and jobs in virginia. what has this than that done? absolutely nothing. they have not passed a budget in 3.5 years. they were part of a committee that you went around campaigning for. you have to start out with what the house passed, and then look at reforming the tax loopholes. the proposal i have will create more than 500,000 jobs per year, and we have to unleash our american energy resources, and that will create more than 1 million jobs in the country and give money to the federal government without raising taxes. those are positive solutions to improve our lives and our revenue, make our country more secure, and improve people's quality of lives. >> let's move on. >> governor kaine, i am wondering if you could say specifically if you have entertained the idea of getting rid of the deductions for mortgage interest and charitable donations, and if not, what types of deductions would you be willing to eliminate? >> i am
of this state, bob mcdonnell, tout this state's economy even at the republican convention, there are worries about defense cuts and what that would mean to the local economy. that's why i think you heard mitt romney tailoring his message to that particular issue. this is an issue for mitt romney all over the country. ohio's unemployment rate has plummeted in the last couple years. also in new hampshire, another battleground state, iowa, another battleground state. these are states mitt romney needs to put into his column, but the economy an those states is doing fairly well. that's going to be an issue for him. >> all right, jim acosta, thank you. good to see you. we're watching, keeping our eyes out. this is virginia beach where he'll be speaking shortly. you see the podium there. they'll introduce him as soon as he walks to the podium, we'll take that live as well. >>> one of the most divisive international conflicts is taking general stage at the u.n., the palestinian authority and prime minister of israel making addresses soon. we'll take those live as well. one leader is making a fresh
to comply with costly renovations could put them out of business. the plan now goes to governor bob mcdonnell for further review. >>> word of a family's murder-suicide in herndon is taking an emotional toll on those who knew them. several friends, co-workers and classmates attended a memorial service at the family's church last night. police say 57-year-old albert peterson shot and killed his wife kathy and then shot and killed their two sons, christopher and matthew, before shooting himself. many said the sudden loss is hard to understand. >> i see them every day and they're gone. >> they don't have time to really think about it. it's something that you're forced to deal with. >> police are still trying to figure out what may have led to tuesday's murder-suicide. >>> fairfax county will soon have a new police chief. its current chief is stepping down. he will become a deputy county executive for public safety. he's headed fairfax county's police department for eight years and that is the third longest tenure in the department's history. >>> we're following some breaking news this morning. re
up to the big showdown with obama this november. when republican bob mcdonnell won the race for governor of virginia in 2009, reed's brand new faith and freedom coalition was there. >> do you want to hand these out? >> contacting, he said, every social and fiscal conservative voter an average of seven times. enough, he also said, to make the difference. >> thank all of you, god bless you. >> after republicans swept into control of the house in the 2010 mid-term elections, reed called a press conference in washington the very next day to claim bragging rights. >> it was the most ambitious, the most comprehensive, and the most effective voter contact and get-out-the-vote effort aimed at the conservative faith community in modern american political history, or at least as long as i've been doing it, which is 30 years. 16 million voter guides. 8 million pieces of mail. three pieces of mail to every social conservative household in certain areas. they received an average of three phone calls, and many of them received a knock on the door. >> they're also the voters reed says he r
and gamble, the lack of toughness. they're all part of bob mcdonnell's regime. i said he turned it into a gamble. i couldn't resist saying that, it was only fitting, mcdonnell belonged on the wall of shame. where he could bring out value in the stock only by leaving the company. but now i'm thinking that judgment will no longer hold up under close scrutiny. yes, he did take his forecast down twice. yes, the stock had done nothing for most of his tenure as ceo, and yes, they had all been taking share. no longer, though. mcdonald's no dope, and frankly you don't get to run one of the largest corporations on earth by having a moron at the top. no. he saw what we all saw back in february mcdonald announced a $10 billion cost saving initiative. and my reaction to that was to say how could he have allowed so much fact to begin with? the stock languished after i put him on the wall of shame. but the more research i did, the more i realized the $10 billion in cost cuts were necessary because of the previous regimes, not mcdonald, where assets were piled on top of other assets. and mcdon
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